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    President Donald Trump has expressed concern that he could be impeached when Democrats take over the House, a source close to the President told CNN Monday. The source said Trump sees impeachment as a "real possibility." […]

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A Wyoming Legislative committee is proposing a program similar to one used by Obamacare – the Affordable Care Act, to lower health insurance costs in Wyoming. The program would put a tax on health insurance plans and use the money raised to pay for a portion of high cost patient care. The net effect would be to lower insurance premiums, since the health insurance companies wouldn’t have to pay for the full amount of the care.
Should Wyoming adopt a program similar to Obamacare?
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A search is underway for a mother from Colorado who has been missing since Thanksgiving. Mireya Villarreal reports.

Expert says too many taxes could be hurtful to wind development

By Ray K. Erku Rawlins Times
RAWLINS — Dr. Rob Godby, an expert with the University of Wyoming Center for Energy Economics and Public Policy, told attendees at the annual Carbon County Economic Development meeting last Monday that a large wind production tax hike could hinder local production.  Click here for more

Accused Jesuits include 13 who worked in Colorado, Wyoming

By Associated Press
DENVER — A list of Jesuits found to have credible allegations of sexual abuse made against them includes 13 priests who worked in Colorado, two of whom also worked in Wyoming.   Click here for more

Two arrested in Torrington bar stabbing

By Wyoming News Exchange
TORRINGTON — Two Torrington residents were transported to Community Hospital in the early morning Thursday after being stabbed in the Mint Bar.

According to a press release from the Torrington Police Department, TPD officers and Goshen County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the Mint Bar at 1:13 a.m. after receiving reports of an assault involving two stabbing victims.

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Wyoming council defeats proposed alcohol use ordinance

By Associated Press
RIVERTON — The Riverton City Council has defeated a proposed ordinance barring “habitually intoxicated persons” from purchasing alcohol in city limits.   Click here for more

Diocese of Cheyenne to release list of all clergymen credibly accused of sexual abuse since 1950s

By Seth Klamann, Casper Star-Tribune
CHEYENNE – The Diocese of Cheyenne is compiling a list of priests, bishops and deacons who have been credibly accused of sexual abuse since 1950, Bishop Steven Biegler announced this week, signaling that the Wyoming diocese is joining a wave of public self-examinations by dioceses across the country.   Click here for more

Aeronautics Commission to meet Dec. 13

Posted 12-10-18, Wyoming Aeronautics Commission (CHEYENNE) - The Wyoming Aeronautics Commission will meet 3 p.m. Dec. 13 by teleconference. The commission will vote on WACIP budget modifications and budget proposals for the 2020-2024 fiscal years as well as consider a...

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Kids’ December Saturday Art Workshop

Posted 12-1-18, Cheyenne Old West Museum (CHEYENNE) - Join us on December 15, from 9:30am-11: 30am for our final kids' workshop of the year is approaching. We will be doing a gift making session again so... NO PARENTS ALLOWED!!! When your kiddo leaves, they will have...

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  • US to return 3 bells seized from Philippines a...

    The United States is to return three church bells seized by U.S. troops as war trophies from the Philippines more than a century ago in a move long demanded by Filipino leaders, including the current president, who is critical of Washington and has gravitated toward China. […]

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  • James Comey Denies Knowing Clinton Law Firm...

    In what could become a possible issue for James Comey, the former FBI director repeatedly stated in testimony to the House Judiciary Committee that he “never” knew the author of the infamous anti-Trump dossier had been retained to do his work by a U.S.-based law firm. […]

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  • Decorative Arts Guild nabs new storefront in...

    Decorative Arts Guild and Showroom has signed a storefront lease at 239 E. 58th St., replacing Urban Archaeology. The rent is $81 per square foot, or $114,728 per year. The new venue will have 25 feet of sidewalk frontage on the busy block that’s also home to high-end restaurants and design […]

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  • Migrant caravan mother abandons toddler at...

    The Border Patrol said Monday that a mother linked to the migrant caravans in Mexico abandoned her young child late last month, leaving the 2-year-old girl with an unrelated 17-year-old boy. The teen said the toddler's mother had grown tired during the journey and asked if anyone else in the ... […]

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  • China, U.S. discuss next stage of trade talks

    China and the United States discussed the road map for the next stage of their trade talks on Tuesday, during a telephone call between Chinese Vice Premier Liu He and U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer. […]

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In 2010, the federal government began offering tax credits to buyers of electric vehicles, as a way to spur their development. The tax credits are expiring, and major oil companies are asking Congress to let them die. However, General Motors and Tesla would like the program to continue.
Should the tax credits designed to help electric vehicle sales continue, or should they be allowed to expire?
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  • The President sees impeachment as a 'real...

    President Donald Trump has expressed concern that he could be impeached when Democrats take over the House, a source close to the President told CNN Monday. The source said Trump sees impeachment as a "real possibility." […]

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  • US to return 3 bells seized from Philippines a...

    The United States is to return three church bells seized by U.S. troops as war trophies from the Philippines more than a century ago in a move long demanded by Filipino leaders, including the current president, who is critical of Washington and has gravitated toward China. […]

Washington Times

  • Migrant caravan mother abandons toddler at...

    The Border Patrol said Monday that a mother linked to the migrant caravans in Mexico abandoned her young child late last month, leaving the 2-year-old girl with an unrelated 17-year-old boy. The teen said the toddler's mother had grown tired during the journey and asked if anyone else in the ... […]

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  • Decorative Arts Guild nabs new storefront in...

    Decorative Arts Guild and Showroom has signed a storefront lease at 239 E. 58th St., replacing Urban Archaeology. The rent is $81 per square foot, or $114,728 per year. The new venue will have 25 feet of sidewalk frontage on the busy block that’s also home to high-end restaurants and design […]

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  • James Comey Denies Knowing Clinton Law Firm...

    In what could become a possible issue for James Comey, the former FBI director repeatedly stated in testimony to the House Judiciary Committee that he “never” knew the author of the infamous anti-Trump dossier had been retained to do his work by a U.S.-based law firm. […]

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  • China, U.S. discuss next stage of trade talks

    China and the United States discussed the road map for the next stage of their trade talks on Tuesday, during a telephone call between Chinese Vice Premier Liu He and U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer. […]

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